We ring the bell. Almost every week at our weekend services we have an opportunity for people to stand and confess Jesus as their Lord for the first time. Because of this focus on people who are not-yet Christians, we are passionate about doing everything we can to create an environment of welcome for everyone, regardless of where they’re at in their faith journey.

We ring the bell. Almost every week at our weekend services we have an opportunity for people to stand and confess Jesus as their Lord for the first time. Because of this focus on people who are not-yet Christians, we are passionate about doing everything we can to create an environment of welcome for everyone, regardless of where they’re at in their faith journey.

We celebrate diversity: ethnic, generational and gender. We love being a big family of many languages, cultures, and generations that God delights in.

We celebrate diversity: ethnic, generational and gender. We love being a big family of many languages, cultures, and generations that God delights in.

We are an “ugly” church. By ugly we mean human, flawed, or imperfect. At the Vineyard, we say: “No perfect people allowed.” We intentionally create a non-religious environment to invite people to experience the beautiful truth that God loves messed up people, just like us.

We are an “ugly” church. By ugly we mean human, flawed, or imperfect. At the Vineyard, we say: “No perfect people allowed.” We intentionally create a non-religious environment to invite people to experience the beautiful truth that God loves messed up people, just like us.

We like to have fun. We believe that where there is joy, Jesus is near. As we learn to not take ourselves so seriously, and to celebrate all that God is and does, we laugh a lot.

We like to have fun. We believe that where there is joy, Jesus is near. As we learn to not take ourselves so seriously, and to celebrate all that God is and does, we laugh a lot.

We are people of His presence. We welcome the interaction of God in our lives and our services. We don’t want to just go through the religious motions; we want to experience the living God in all we do.

We are people of His presence. We welcome the interaction of God in our lives and our services. We don’t want to just go through the religious motions; we want to experience the living God in all we do.